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New Construction Home Inspections

New Construction Home Inspection and the Benefit of having one Completed

New Construction Home Inspections

When you are having a home built the expectation is the home will be built perfectly and without any issues. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. By having a Home Inspection complete prior to closing you are able to provide the building with a punch list of items that need to be address. Our Ohio Licensed New Home Inspector will provide you will a very detailed report and help to explain any of the findings to your project manager.

What is a New Home Inspection?
A home inspection is a third-party evaluation of a home’s structure, systems, and other key features. The inspector will evaluate your property and give you a report on their findings. You can then go to the seller (in this case, the builder) to fix any issues before you close on the home.

In a nutshell, inspections can help you ensure that you’re getting a safe and hazard-free property. You won’t have to make tons of repairs before you move in—or worse, right after.

AMAC Home Inspections is a local company and have worked with many local builders to ensure the safety and comfort of your home. Contact us today to schedule your New Construction Home Inspection.

Items we will inspect and report on during your New Construction Inspection:

Structural Systems:
Interior and Exterior Foundations, Yard Grading & Drainage, Basements, Walkways, Driveways, Floors, Walls and Ceiling structures.

Roofing and Drainage Systems:
Roof Coverings, Attic Framing and Components, Gutters & Downspouts, Flashings, Skylights, Chimneys Structure and other roof penetrations.

Electrical Systems:
Service Entrance / Capacity, Main Disconnect, Electrical Meter and Electrical Panels, Branch Circuits, Light Fixtures and Switches, Smoke and Carbon Monoxide detectors, GFCI Outlet Protection.

Fixtures and Faucets, Main Water Supply, System Drainage and Cleanouts, Venting, Water Heater, Vents, Flues, Chimneys, Sump Pumps and Sewage Ejectors, Fuel Storage and Distribution systems.

Heating, Cooling and Ventilation Systems:
Furnace or Heating Systems, Central Air Conditioning, Ceiling Fans, Ductwork, Ventilation Systems and Radon Systems.

Dishwasher, Garbage Disposal, Refrigerator, Stove, Oven, Microwave, Bathroom Exhaust Fans and Any other Built in Appliance. Recall Check is performed on all appliances and components of the property.

Interior and Exterior Foundations, Framing, Roof, Garage Doors, Firewall, Entry Door and Garage Door Openers

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